Entries in star wars (366)
Fact: Nothing is sexier than a geeky woman in astrodroid R2-D2 heels.
"The wide heel of these shoes was removed and replaced with a steel bolt to provide strength and support, but at a fraction of the size. An R2D2 toy covers the heel bolt, and the toes have been decorated with lenses, blue accents, and a blinking red LED to let everyone know just how this droid rolls."
Read on to see more and learn how to make your very own...
Sometimes when you grab your significant other by the ears and say 'I love you' all you want in return is a nerf herding reply of 'I know'. These ultra geeky matching Star Wars rings were custom made by SwankMetalsmithing for Chandra and her best pal in the galaxy(which I hope is me).
"His and Hers sterling silver star wars ring set, Her ring to have the Imperial Cog and Death Star, Death Star to be set with a Ruby and Have the words "I Love You". His Ring to have the Jedi Symbol and the Death Star, Death Star to be set with a sapphire and have the words ' I Know". "
Prepare for the jump to lightspeed right in your living room with this supremely cool hand-carved x-wing fighter coffee table. It was built by Barry Shields, who in the past brought us the U.S.S. Enterprise coffee table. This one-of-a-kind table took about 6 months to complete and will cost more than Luke's human hand to acquire.
These awesome wall-mounted AT-AT trophy heads were made from junk parts salvaged off ebay by Trilda and then transformed into war trophies that were "Destroyed at the Battle of HOTH". Apparently, the best way to get one is to use the harpoons and tow cables and then make your own.
Read on to see a video showing them off...
"The ship is attached in five places to the book with wire. The wings are wired through the body of the book, which has a cardboard core to hold its shape. The torpedoes are also wired."
"Holy smokes. Do... Do you know what this is? This is... A lamp! "
This is a christmas story MAJOR AWARD leg lamp made from an R2-D2 head and a C-3PO leg by Gordon Tarpley. Apparently, he made this leg lamp from parts that he had laying around the house and once Christmas is over, the lamp will be dismantled and the parts put back where they belong.
Sometimes I just don't understand human behavior.